The Garvan International Signalling Symposium is a premier meeting focused on the mechanisms of signal transduction. It began as a small meeting organised by Prof. Roger Daly around the visit of Prof. Axel Ullrich to the Garvan Institute in 2001. Since then, ‘Signalling Meetings’ have been held every 2-3 years and the meeting has grown into one of the Garvan Institute's premiere scientific events. This boutique symposium highlights cutting-edge developments from the Asia-Pacific region and the rest of the world.
We welcome scientists at all levels, including students, post-docs, research staff and senior lab heads. The intimate nature of the meeting and enjoyable social functions promotes a collegial atmosphere and excellent networking opportunities. A poster session will be held on the Monday afternoon with generous prizes. A large number of slots have been reserved for short talks to be selected from submitted abstracts, as well as 3 minute flash-talks for select poster presenters.
The meeting is held at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in the glamorous Darlinghurst region of Sydney, close to the city, Oxford Street, King’s Cross and the harbour.
This years exciting program features state-of-the-art technologies to investigate a wide range of diseases including cancer, immunology, neuroscience and metabolic disorders. Special sessions focus on in vivo/intravital signalling, proteomics, control of gene regulation and the structural basis of signalling.
More details will be made available shortly.
- Date: Monday 26 October - Tuesday 27 October 2020
- Venue: The Garvan Institute of Medical Research
384 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney 2010
Our diversity pledge
The Garvan Signalling Symposium values diversity in all its dimensions, and recognises the need to ensure fair inclusion of people across gender, ethnicity, age, career stage and geography, as well as other social categories.
Our Diversity Pledge expresses our particular commitment to ensuring balanced representation of women as invited speakers and session chairs.
The conference conveners are also committed to ensuring fair representation of Australian States and Territories within our meeting program.